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MA House / Marine microalgae carbon

MA House
MA House

MA house is a large offshore floating building with the goal of reducing ocean acidification. It is aimed at the Arctic Sea in the northern Atlantic Ocean where the acidification of seawater is serious.Microalgae are used to reduce the high concentration of carbon dioxide in the ocean at a suitable temperature so that it can prevent acidification of seawater from flowing to low-latitude waters. The building is shaped like a nautilus, so that the process follows the spiral shell spiral shape.


Taipei University of Education

Taipei University of Education
Taipei City, Taiwan

Xiang-Yun Chen,
National Taipei University of Education

Shih-Hsuan Chiu,
National Taipei University of Education

Hui-Ying Hsu,
National Taipei University of Education